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The Inquisition unmasked; being an historical and philosophical account of that tremendous tribunal, founded on authentic documents; and exhibiting the necessity of its suppression, as a means of reform and regeneration, written and published at a time when the National Congress of Spain was about to deliberate on this important measure

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